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A buyer, especially but not necessarily of real estate.


Buyer. Contrast with donee, who receives property by gift, and devisee, who receives property under a will.

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The Vendee Globe is the world's only non-stop solo round the world race without assistance, taking place only every four years.
More than 1000 boats fill the marina and Les Sables d'Olonne is also the starting point of the Vendee Globe round-the-world yacht race, which is held every four years.
He said: "I am really counting down the days until the Vendee Globe.
Well, for starters, consider the following: thanks to a series of micro-climates, the Vendee coast is bathed in more 2,200 hours of sunshine every year making it one of the sunniest regions in France.
In connection with the closing the company has changed its name to Polimoon Vendee Plastique SARL.
At Keycamp, which has upped capacity by 30pc this summer to offer 122 sites across Europe including Catalonia in Spain, the Adriatic coast of Italy, and the Loire, Vendee and Cote d'Azur in France, the emphasis is on lots of entertainment for babies and toddlers under five.
The spontaneous uprising in the Vendee also begat similar insurrections by traditionalists in the neighboring departments of Loire Inferieure, Maine et Loire, and Deux Sevres -- a region known collectively as La Vendee Militaire.
Goldstein says New York State allows contract vendees to act as the owners, and in fact, they were acting with permission and as the agent of the owner.
Francois Gabart etait attendu en vainqueur du 7e Vendee Globe dans un temps record hier matin aux Sables-d'Olonne, apres une derniere nuit de tous les dangers pour les premiers concurrents de ce tour du monde en solitaire et sans escale.
Welcome to the Vendee, lying to the south of Brittany.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-24 March 2006-Polimoon ASA to acquire French company Vendee Plastique(C)1994-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.